We have competitive Fixed Fees for a range of Criminal and Driving cases so you will know exactly how much your case will cost.
We offer a Free First Conference with an Experienced Criminal Defence Lawyer who will advise you of the best way forward in your case.
We guarantee you will be represented in court by a lawyer with years of criminal defence experience ensuring you receive the highest quality legal representation.
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215-219 George Street
23 Daisy Street
17 Bolton Street
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1 Burelli Street
47 Rickard Road
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We can make an application to have you or your loved-one released from custody
We can fight to have your charges dropped or thrown out of court
We can work to ensure you receive the most lenient outcome in the circumstances
We can make an application in court to have your charges dismissed on mental health grounds
We will maximise your chances of avoiding a criminal record
We will implement effective defence strategies and fight for a not guilty verdict
We can appeal against your finding of guilt or push for a more lenient outcome
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The maximum penalty for the offence of “obstructing member of the clergy in discharge of his or her duties” is 2 years in prison.